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and few delays at the airports. julie martin joins us with what we can expect. >> as thanksgiving approaches, here's what we can expect for the millions traveling. we'll see a couple of systems, one in the southeast and one in the northeast. if you're travelinging along the 5, be prepared for rain and wind and snow in those mountain passes. that trend's going to continue on in through tuesday and into the northwest as well. we'll see some light showers on tuesday in michigan. nothing big that will show you down, and wednesday, one of the biggest travel days of the year traditionally looks pretty good across the u.s., we're just going to have that system in the west to contend with once again. and by thanksgiving day, plenty to be thankful for, we're looking at clear skies for the macy's thanksgiving day parade. and in the midwest, chicago 62 degrees. >> julie martin, thank you. >>> when we come back, a visit to turkey town, u.s.st. of medicare and social security. anncr: but you deserve straight talk about the options on the... table and what they mean for you and your family. anc
is due to arrive tomorrow morning. we start in the weather center with chief meteorologist bill martin. bill. >> julie, a series of storms set to affect the bay area not that atypical for this time of year. but it is going to be a wet weather pattern that is going to take us into early next week. look at the activity in the pacific, it's massive. look at what happens when we -- we're going to hawaii. this is streaming from the very low latitudes. it's getting pulled into this series of systems we're looking at one, two, three or four of these will be very wet rain producers. as we get into the next 12 hours or so, 24 hours these clouds are going to start to thicken up quite a bit and we'll see increasing clouds for the day tomorrow and rain in the very near future and there's a lot of it coming our way. i'll have the latest computer model and we'll bring it down. it's going to start raining wednesday, and it's going to be wet in the bay area through early next week. i'll have more on your weather segment, see you back here. >>> even so that first storm is still more than 24 hours away
meteorologist bill martin. bill. >> julie, a series of storms set to affect the bay area not that atypical for this time of year. but it is going to be a wet weather pattern that is going to take us into early next week. look at the activity in the pacific, it's massive. look at what happens when we -- we're going to hawaii. this is streaming from the very low latitudes. it's getting pulled into this series of systems we're looking at one, two, three or four of these will be very wet rain producers. as we get into the next 12 hours or so, 24 hours these clouds are going to start to thicken up quite a bit and we'll see increasing clouds for the day tomorrow and rain in the very near future and there's a lot of it coming our way. i'll have the latest computer model and we'll bring it down. it's going to start raining wednesday, and it's going to be wet in the bay area through early next week. i'll have more on your weather segment, see you back here. >>> even so that first storm is still more than 24 hours away a lot of people are starting to gear up and debora villalon is joining us and she
evening everyone i'm frank somerville. >> and i'm julie haener. we begin right now with team coverage, chief meteorologist bill martin is tracking the slow moving storm as it slides down from the santa rosa area. but first we go outdoors to ktvu's ken wayne in marin county and some of the problems refound. >> reporter: it's still raining in nevado and it seems any time there's wet weather and roadways that creates a dangerous combination, that was no exception tonight. this was the scene on highway 101 after a two car crash. one stunned driver was still trying to figure out what went wrong. >> i don't know how it happened. >> are you okay? >> yeah, i'm fine. >> you don't really look okay. >> as soon as i wash up i'll be fine. >> people in a hurry. not paying too much attention. >> we've been busy, we've got collision calls from various areas. but that's -- yeah part of the course considering the rain. >> reporter: drivers try to make their way home through the rain. it was a much more sedate scene in downtown petaluma and much different from tucson arizona. >> it's in the 80s and sun
'm julie haener. we begin right now with team coverage, chief meteorologist bill martin is tracking the slow moving storm as it slides down from the santa rosa area. but first we go outdoors to ktvu's ken wayne in marin county and some of the problems refound. >> reporter: it's still raining in nevado and it seems any time there's wet weather and roadways that creates a dangerous combination, that was no exception tonight. this was the scene on highway 101 after a two car crash. one stunned driver was still trying to figure out what went wrong. >> i don't know how it happened. >> are you okay? >> yeah, i'm fine. >> you don't really look okay. >> as soon as i wash up i'll be fine. >> people in a hurry. not paying too much attention. >> we've been busy, we've got collision calls from various areas. but that's -- yeah part of the course considering the rain. >> reporter: drivers try to make their way home through the rain. it was a much more sedate scene in downtown petaluma and much different from tucson arizona. >> it's in the 80s and sunny out during the day and kind of chilly at n
we have this f.b.i. investigation. more details now. the couple were married back in july of 1974 in the chapel on the west point campus. holly petraeus joined the bureau to set up an office to help family members. now they referenced the work that she has done. >> lockheed martin faces a sex scandal. ousted its president and future c.e.o. over an inappropriate relationship with a subordinate. he had been scheduled to become the c.e.o. in january. that relationship violated company policy. >> following some breaking news where two people are in the hospital after a car and police cruiser collided. this happened near the intersection of station road and brandy wine road. police tell us the officer was en route to a call and went into the intersection and that's where he was hit. it appears that their injuries are nonlife threatening. now to a developing story. on line for you, wjla.com. police in the district arrest two teenagers after a taxi cab is found in a burning car. what are we hearing? >> this evening detectives confirmed a 17-year-old and
nonaction to resolve it. in february 17-year-old trayvon martin claimed by a neighborhood watchman. in july james holmes allegedly killed 12 and injured nearly 60 others at a movie theater. two weeks later six died during a shooting at a sikh temple in wisconsin and in chicago, shootings drove that city's murder rate up by 25%. in a book former "new york times" reporter and editor craig whitney argues with 300 million guns across the country it would be impossible to get rid of them. quote -- joining the panel now i the author of "living with guns" craig whitney. thanks for coming on the show. >> thank you for having me. >> in the book you talk about both sides needing to come together. i will say, is the intransagainst not largely on the part of the nra. you write the nra wouldn't meet with you even though you are a member of the nra. >> that are certainly intransigent, but their intransagainst is strengthened by the impression they have that the people that want gun control want to take people's guns away from them. it shouldn't be the object of gun control to take guns away from law-abid
by president kennedy still sell extremely well and this one went right into best -sellerdom, which my martin van buren book did not. >> tape here from july 25, 1963 . j.f.k. is talking to brigadier general godfrey mchugh. before we give away what's in this, why did you pick this one? >> well, i wanted to show the human side of john f. kennedy. i think he has become so famous that we forget he was a real person. all presidents are real people, and they all have good days and bad days, and they all lose their tempers. here he loses his temper over an expenditure -- a military expenditure for the most enoughable reason on earth. -- most justifiable reason on earth. his wife was pregnant and military underlings built an emergency delivery room in cape cod in case she went into labor. a newspaper published a picture of the room and noted that it costs $5,000, which is a drop in the bucket. and president kennedy went ballistic and was furious that the money had been spent, that he hadn't been consulted, and worst of all, that it had gotten into the press, so he had to let a few people have it. >>
approaches and some last minute tree trimming to prevent power outages. good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. it's the first of several storms and it's almost here. our chief meteorologist bill martin is going to set the time line. but we begin with debora villalon who tells us truck drivers may have to find other routes. >> reporter: as rain is going to start out, wind will be a bigger problem than rain to start out. and in some of the bay area bridges wind can be a big hazard. behind this big rig, this offer knows it's not going to be such a smooth drive. >> if the wind becomes too substantial, and if it's causing vehicles to topple over or that's a concern then the bridge will be shut down for big riggs and high profile vehicles. >> in storms like this we do expect there to be some power outages. >> reporter: pg & e also bracing, bringing winds down before winds do it. still crews can't get every branch so a flashlight with fresh batteries should be a must. creeks are way downright now. still sandbags are at the ready and san anselmo is sending out alerts. >>
to prevent power outages. good evening i'm julie haener. >> and i'm frank somerville. it's the first of several storms and it's almost here. our chief meteorologist bill martin is going to set the time line. but we begin with debora villalon who tells us truck drivers may have to find other routes. >> reporter: as rain is going to start out, wind will be a bigger problem than rain to start out. and in some of the bay area bridges wind can be a big hazard. behind this big rig, this offer knows it's not going to be such a smooth drive. >> if the wind becomes too substantial, and if it's causing vehicles to topple over or that's a concern then the bridge will be shut down for big riggs and high profile vehicles. >> in storms like this we do expect there to be some power outages. >> reporter: pg & e also bracing, bringing winds down before winds do it. still crews can't get every branch so a flashlight with fresh batteries should be a must. creeks are way downright now. still sandbags are at the ready and san anselmo is sending out alerts. >> i think my first teammate is coming in 24 hou
of cold air. >> welcome to fox 5 morning news. >> i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. you see tucker barnes' shoulder in the picture so we might as well bring him in. >> good morning. >> do you have a good weekend? >> it was a weekend. not as long as julie wright's because she is not here yet. >> okay. we'll talk to her in a bit. >> temperature at reagan national, 43 degrees. dulles, 40. bwi marshall, 41 degrees. we were on the chilly side. expecting high temperatures right around 50 later today. it will be another -- it has been very cool this weekend. this will be cool again today with partly sunny skies. looking at the satellite-radar, there we go. showers, none in the forecast here today but we do have some clouds around. you can see those into pennsylvania, pushing into washington and we'll have some clouds to start the day. i think we'll be partly for mostly sunny this afternoon. it should be a nice afternoon low the temperatures will stay a little brisk here for the foreseeable future. there you go, about 50 degrees at 5:00 p.m. should be a dry monday for you. definitely jacke
. >> i'm wisdom martin. >> all right. what are we looking forward to? >> your weather forecast. >> you looking for a party or something? >> maybe so. i have to talk to julie. she knows where the party is. it will be asony and bright day with less wind than yesterday. 37 at dulles. 38 at bwi marshall. these temperatures are cold. so jacket weather here or at least make an t feels like late fall. there is your satellite-radar. nice and quiet. our storm from yesterday is out of here. and finally some quieter weather really from washington up to boston. get down into the crimes, get out west toward chicago. we don't have anything going on. high pressure will keep things nice and dry. as that area of high pressure moves overhead and offshore tomorrow, we'll got a southerly wind. that will warm things up around here for the first time this month. our temperatures have been below average since the beginning of the month. and we'll get some does here with highs in the mid- to upper 60s by saturday and sunday and monday. so things are looking brigh
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